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    Bitcoin Audible - Bitcoin's Killer App: Skin in the Game [Simon Cowell]

    January 9th, 2021 by BTCMedia
    As Bitcoin established a universal value transfer protocol for the internet, we are going to begin to see unique monetization, and also incentive models that simply weren't possible before. One area, that historically has had deep ties to monetary incentive, but lost it in the digital age... was gaming. Listen to today's excellent article from Bitcoin Magazine and author Simon Cowell for a fascinating look at a Lightning tool built by ZebeDee, and what it may mean for the future of gaming. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - I am Peg

    January 7th, 2021 by BTCMedia
    On this episode of the Unhashed Podcast, Ruben explains softchains, Russian hackers being Russian hackers at Livecoin, moar Ripple popcorn, and Blockstream launches a fully open-sourced hardware wallet. For the lightning round, what really *is* a sidechain, and how much would you pay to mindmeld with Bill Gates? Read More
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    The Anita Posch Show - Desiree Dickerson, Ryan Gentry: Lightning is Bitcoin

    January 7th, 2021 by BTCMedia
    My guests are Desiree Dickerson and Ryan Gentry. They are working for one of the - in my eyes - hottest companies in the Bitcoin space. Lightning Labs was founded in 2016 by Elizabeth Stark and Olaoluwa Osuntokun. The Lightning Network is a second layer protocol on top of the Bitcoin network. We will be talking about the Lightning Network, what it is and what it is enabling, their most interesting products and about their outlook for the Lightning Network in 2021. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - Bonobos, Bitcoin and Brightness

    January 3rd, 2021 by BTCMedia
    On this episode of the unhashed podcast listen to ripple's security woes, our disappointment that Russell Okung's employers aren't speculating on BTC, boredom with big companies making large bitcoiner investments, and the best and worst of bitcoin in 2020 and 2021. Also, Ruben gets weird about bonobos and you'll learn things about light brightness. Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Tom (@cannonscall): What a Year

    December 31st, 2020 by BTCMedia
    My friend Tom (@cannonscall on Twitter) joins me to talk about starting this podcast together, this crazy year in Bitcoin and what only promises to be an even crazier year in 2021. Read More
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    The Anita Posch Show - Andreas M. Antonopoulos: Bitcoin Outlook 2021

    December 31st, 2020 by BTCMedia
    My guest is Andreas M. Antonopoulos, who has been one of my biggest inspirations on my Bitcoin journey. We are discussing Bitcoin, the ultimate fairness system, why we need to strengthen privacy now, and his outlook for 2021. His talks have been inspiring and ensuring that is the space where my personal values and ethics find a place to work on something that is bigger than me, where I can contribute to changing the world to become a better place. Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a bitcoin and open blockchains educator, he coined the terms "Not your keys, not your coins" and "streaming money" and is the author of Mastering Bitcoin, the Internet of Money series and is currently working on the book Mastering the Lightning Network. Read More
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    Bitcoin Audible - Bullish on Bitcoiners [John Vallis]

    December 29th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Before continuing our ride through The Bitcoin Times, we have a fantastic piece fromJohn Vallisas part of the End of Year 2020 series with Bitcoin Magazine. One of numerous excellent articles looking back on 2020 and what it brought to Bitcoin, and what Bitcoin brought to it. John Vallis gives us a perspective of the change that Bitcoin instills, after all its just a tool, what really makes a difference, and where the change truly lies, is in us. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - Ripple Strikes Blue Oil Lawsuit

    December 28th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    On this week's Unhashed Podcast: Coinbase has filed for permission to have an IPO, Ripple sued by the SEC because XRP is a security, MicroStrategy purchased another $650M worth of BTC and Stodgy Mass Mutual bought $100M, Calvin Ayre is buying a small poor archipelago of around 15,000 people North of New Zealand for BSV, FinCEN released a notice that would require money businesses to verify the identity of customers with digital currencies “held in unhosted wallets”, Suredbits has devised a Discreet Log Contract for Difference to hold a USD position, and the stolen email and mailing addresses for Ledger cryptocurrency wallet users has appeared online. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - Colin Aulds on Online Privacy, Bitcoin Self-Custody, and Cryptocurrency Adoption

    December 19th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Description: Colin Aulds of Privacy Pros, formerly known as BillFodl, and the Unhashed Podcast comes on the Digital Cash Network podcast to talk about privacy in cryptocurrency, from using VPNs to Faraday bags for phones and even hardware wallets. We also cover self-custody, and whether or not people should hold their own Bitcoin because of the risk of loss, or if they should trust other parties. Finally we go into the mass adoption of cryptocurrencies and at what level will the average grandmother ever be comfortable holding their own keys. Read More
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    Bitcoin Audible - The Sovereign Company Thesis

    December 19th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    We all know that Bitcoin creates sovereignty and protects the individual's right to own and use money without the permission of government. But everything it provides to the individual, it can provide to a company as well. With the BitMEX example giving us a taste of what could be, Christian Keroles takes us through a great, quick read on the sovereignty of business enterprise in a Bitcoin world, and how it fundamentally changes the dynamics of governance, and removes the power to shut down the capital of the world. Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Ansel Lindner: Bitcoin 2020

    December 18th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Ansel Lindner is a long time bitcoiner and host of one of the longest running Bitcoin podcasts, Bitcoin and Markets. That podcast and getting to know Ansel in his Discord group really helped me understand Bitcoin in the early days. He also cohosts Fed Watch, a new podcast from Bitcoin Magazine. In this one we review the year in Bitcoin and go off on some interesting tangents from there. Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Jukka Blomberg: LocalBitcoins in Latin America

    December 17th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    My guest is Jukka Blomberg, Chief Marketing Officer at LocalBitcoins, the biggest peer-to-peer bitcoin marketplace in the world. With 6 million customers and operations in 189 countries LocalBitcoins is a global company with insights into the development of the Bitcoin space for every continent. We discuss the trading volume of Bitcoin in Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, and the different use-cases for Bitcoin in different regions of the world. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - Eating J.Lo

    December 11th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    On this episode of the Unhashed Podcast, there's no shortage of Bitcoin news: Bitonic taking the Dutch authorities to court, John Newbery launches Brink to fund core development, the Battle for P2SH, Square funding clean Bitcoin mining, and more institutions get involved. We round things off with a nice discussion about what each of us were to do if bitcoin failed, and the ethics of cannibalism. It gets about as weird as you expect it to. Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Nicolas Dorier: Be Your Own Bank with BTCPay

    December 10th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Nicolas Dorier is a decentralized systems software developer and open-source advocate. He has been active in the Bitcoin community since 2014 and has contributed to several Bitcoin projects, including Bitcoin Core, before founding BTCPayServer, an open-source payment processor used by thousands of merchants globally. He is also the co-founder of METACO, a provider of security-critical infrastructure for financial institutions. Read More
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    Bitcoin Audible - The Untold Story of the First Bitcoin War [Wirdum & Rizzo]

    December 8th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Before the great block size wars of 2017, there was the first war of the Bitcoin protocol, that established the ideological divide, and ask the question that would infamy get its answer on Bitcoin’s Independence Day in 2017. Another excellent Bitcoin Magazine piece from authors, Pete Rizzo & Aaron Van Wirdum: “The Untold Story of the First Bitcoin War” Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Dr. Noah Kaufman: Ninja Doctor Bitcoiner

    December 6th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    Dr. Noah Kaufman is an ER doc, serial entrepreneur, avid rock climber, former American Ninja Warrior and a bitcoin maximalist. In this episode we discuss his very interesting life, bitcoin's place in it and get bullish and optimistic about what bitcoin means for our collective future. Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Nigerian Feminist Coalition: Bitcoin Is Power

    December 4th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    I am thrilled to have Damilola Odufuwa and Ire Aderinokun Co-Founders of the Nigerian Feminist Coalition as my guests today. If you are following the developments in Africa, then you have heard of the #EndSARS movement. A protest movement against police brutality in Nigeria. When the central bank banned the Nigerian Feminist Coalition from using the traditional financial infrastructure to collect donations, they started using Bitcoin to fund their activities. Let's hear from Dami and Ire how they did that and how the current situation looks like. Read More
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    Bitcoin & Co - Roselyne Wanjiru: Bitcoin in Kenya

    November 30th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    After covering Zimbabwe, Senegal, South Africa, Ghana, and Nigeria, I have the honor to host a guest from Kenya. Roselyne Wanjiru is the Director of Growth & User Acquisition at Pesabase and an advocate for the digital economy in Kenya. Read More
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    Citizen Bitcoin - Brandon Quittem: It's a Strange Time to Be a Human

    November 20th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    As most of you know Brandon Quittem is one of my best Bitcoiner friends - I just love to sit down to talk Bitcoin and see where we end up going. In this on we follow the white rabbit down many rabbit holes. It's a really fun hangout episode, grab yourself a beverage, a smoke, a little meditation, whatever your jam is, to relax and open your mind and join us on this little journey. Read More
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    Unhashed Podcast - White Walkers & Polite DeFi Thieves

    November 20th, 2020 by BTCMedia
    On this episode of the Unhashed Podcast, Colin, Mario, and Bryan discuss the advent of KYC on mined bitcoin transactions by BlockSeer and whether this presents the beginnings of a threat to bitcoin. We also enjoy the strangely cordial discussion between DeFi hackers and a "nurse" that they stole funds from. Meanwhile, Cred deals with liabilities of...well, they're not sure how much, but it's a LOT. On the brighter side of things, mining pool Poolin spearheads a miner-backed effort to support Taproot activation, hopefully an indication of a smoother update than experienced with SegWit. Read More

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